Millwall

Millwall

Nickname: The Lions

Year formed: 1885

Ground: The New Den, Zampa Road, London SE16 3LN

Capacity: 20,146


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2008/2009 average: 8,940

For visitors: 4,000 in the North Stand, although visitors are usually housed in the upper tier only.

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Position last season: 5th in League One, playoff final losers

Manager: Kenny Jackett (November 2007)

Player to watch - Zak Whitbread: Unable to quite make the grade at Liverpool, the blonde American is a fans favourite at the New Den. The centre back is brave and quick and looks capable of playing at a higher level. Whitbread was the main cause of the Lions tight defence last season which got them all the way to Wembley for the play-off final.

Record transfer fee paid: �800,000 (Paul Goddard, Derby)

Record transfer fee received: �2,300,000 (Mark Kennedy, Liverpool)

Ticket office: 0207 413 3357

Ticket prices: Adults: �19, Senior Citizens: �12, Juniors �10

Official website: www.millwallfc.co.uk

Distance: 114 miles

Journey time: 2 hrs, 19 mins

For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx

Pub: Away fans are welcome at the Shipwright Arms at 88 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2TF; the Horseshoe Inn on 26 Melior Street, London, SE1 3QP; and the Bunch of Grapes at 2 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RS.

Last league meeting: Millwall 1, Norwich City 0 (22 November, 2005): Norwich City's stop start season took another turn for the worse when they crashed to a painful defeat at the Championship's bottom side. Millwall's long wait for their first home league win of the season ended when young midfielder Marvin Elliott prodded the ball home from a corner to settle a distinctly scrappy encounter.

City connection: Chief scout Stuart Murdoch spent all of four days in January last year as City's goalkeeping coach before deciding he'd made the wrong decision.

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